The geography of North Carolina golf ranges from coastal islands and lowcountry waterways, to mountain heights and rolling valleys and the course layouts take advantage of each regions unique attributes.
North Carolina’s Brunswick Islands is also known as North Carolina’s Golf Coast—and for good reason! More than 30 courses near the beaches of the Atlantic Ocean, just north of Myrtle Beach, offer a variety of designs by world-renowned golf course architects in a naturally beautiful setting. Calabash golf resorts are a great place to stay in the area, plus the seafood is second to none.
The 18-hole golf course at Maggie Valley Club and Resort highlights some of Western North Carolina’s most spectacular scenery. The front Valley Nine allows players to warm up before tackling the significantly more challenging Mountain Nine, which features an elevation rise of 800 feet and panoramas of the valley. And with on-site condos, it’s a great stay and play option.
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